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August 19th, 2014

Election Results

Here are the links for election results for Sheridan County and state races.

Sheridan County Online Results

Statewide Election Results

Election Results from the Wyoming Secretary of State Office -- http://soswy.state.wy.us/Electio...

Commissioners Appoint Fair Board Member

Sheridan County commissioners have appointed Beth White of Ranchester to fill a vacancy on the county fair association board of directors.

Art Instructor Takes Part in Powell Art Festival

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Sheridan College art instructor Tawni Shuler paints “en plein air,” a French expression for painting outdoors, at the 2014 Powell Arts Festival on Saturday. Shuler was among eight artists who painted the downtown Powell area. Shuler teaches a variety of art classes at Sheridan College, including Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking. Registration for fall classes is open now. Call 674-6446, ext.

Fire Calls Keep Sheridan Units Busy

Sheridan crews responded to three fires last week.

Black Crepe Mourned 'Death' of Office

A wreath draped in black crepe hung on the door of Mary Helvey's office, and a “corpse” sat in her chair.

Write-in Results Available After Canvas

Sheridan County residents who received write-in votes in Tuesday's elections will learn the results after Friday's vote canvas.

Sheridan Man to Climb Cho Oyu

A seasoned mountain climber from Sheridan will be joining an international team next week to climb Cho Oyu mountain in Tibet.

Sheridan County to Post Election Results Online

Today's election returns for Sheridan County will be available to everyone, simultaneously, because the county clerk's office will be posting the results as they come in on the county's website.

Tuesday 08-19-14

Community Classical Concert, John Burke / Sheridan Recreation District, Richard Wright

Water Investigation Continues at Slow Drip

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WyoFile.com - There were frustratingly few answers for Pavillion-area residents, and interested parties throughout the nation in the most recent report in the ongoing groundwater pollution investigation in central Wyoming. At the same time, industry officials say the report helps to affirm that there’s still no evidence to connect polluted drinking water to oil and gas activity.